The manager evidently overhired, as I was never given a decent week's work. One week I was given one shift, and sent home after half an hour. On a Saturday evening in June. After that, I stopped calling to ask what my next shift was, a fortnight later the manager called to ask me if I could work on Saturday.
The manager was hardly ever there, and he didn't read my NI number correctly. When I pointed this out, he told me to leave a note on his desk. It still wasn't right the next week, so he told me to text it to him.
As for the job, you're actually given a polyester polo shirt to wear in a hot kitchen. I found I sweated less while wearing a t-shirt underneath! Also, you will be expected to provide your own beige pants. These will be covered in flour, as will your footwear, which will also have their treads caked with dough.
I would not recommend this job.